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Yes, although the risk of getting pregnant in this way is very low.If you want to avoid getting pregnant, you should use contraception.

"It's important to talk about sperm first, because people might not know that there can be thousands or even millions of these little guys in just one drop of semen," Minkin says. Just to give some context, Minkin says, a "low sperm count" is anything less than 20 million sperm per 1 m L of semen — and 10 or 15 million per 1 m L is still a lot of sperm.

"So even a tiny bit of ejaculate can cause a pregnancy if it gets inside the vagina," Minkin says. "Research shows that there's very few, if any sperm in pre-ejaculate, but there's so little time between pre-ejaculate and ejaculate that they often mix and you can never be 100% sure it's only pre-ejaculate with no sperm," Minkin says.

So it's better be safe than sorry, and assume there could always be sperm lurking in there.

"Don't forget that sperm can move — they're basically designed like little Olympic swimmers whose only job is to swim up the vagina and find that egg," Minkin says.

If you don’t want to get pregnant, you should use contraception.

For information about the different methods, see: which method of contraception suits me?

It really depends on where the sperm lands, because the warmer and more moist a place is — or the closer that place is to being like a vagina — the longer it will survive.

So if the semen lands on a dry, cold floor or a toilet seat, the sperm will probably die pretty quickly.

As soon as the penis is erect, before the man ejaculates, a liquid called pre-ejaculate is produced. Men have no control over the production of this liquid.

A woman's ovaries release one or more eggs (ovulation) 12-16 days before her next period.

Pregnancy happens when a man’s sperm fertilises a woman’s egg, which can happen even if you’ve not had sexual intercourse (penetration).

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